The Anatomical Sciences Education graduate program offers the Master of Science and the Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The faculty for this program is drawn from these disciplines:
For both MS program and Ph.D. program, applicants must meet the minimum requirements for the University of Florida Graduate School: Junior/Senior GPA > 3.0 and a score on the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) of 1000 combined verbal and quantitative for the old scale, and a minimum score of 300 for the new scale. The student will submit a minimum of three letters of reference, a statement of purpose, and a resume, which the admissions committee will use to assess the student’s qualifications for admission to the program. International students must comply with current UF standards for admission to the Graduate School, including requirements for English language competency and financial responsibility.
Contact Mark Zakshevsky at email@example.com
or visit the program’s website at https://anatomy.acb.med.ufl.edu/.
DEGREES OFFERED WITH A MAJOR IN ANATOMICAL SCIENCES EDUCATION
- Doctor of Philosophy
- Master of Science
Anatomical Sciences Education Courses
|GMS 5057||Medical Cell Biology||3|
|GMS 5604||Medical Human Embryology||3|
|GMS 5605||Medical Anatomy||3|
|GMS 5606L||Medical Human Anatomy Laboratory||3|
|GMS 5613||Medical Human Anatomy by Diagnostic Imaging||3|
|GMS 5630||Medical Histology||4|
|GMS 6061||Nuclear Structure and Dynamics||1|
|GMS 6062||Protein Trafficking||1|
|GMS 6063||Cell Biology of Aging||1|
|GMS 6064||Tumor Biology||1|
|GMS 6335||Advanced Stem Cell Biology: Tissue Engineering||1|
|GMS 6421||Cell Biology||4|
|GMS 6607C||Musculoskeletal Systems||4|
|GMS 6609||Advanced Gross Anatomy||2-4|
|GMS 6635||Organization of Cells and Tissues||3|
|GMS 6647||Transcriptional and Translational Control of Cell Growth and Proliferation||1|
|GMS 6690||Molecular Cell Biology Journal Club||1|
|GMS 6691||Special Topics in Cell Biology and Anatomy||1-4|
|GMS 6692||Research Conference in Anatomy and Cell Biology||1|
|GMS 6934||Cancer Biology Data Discussion||1|
Identify and describe the anatomical features of the human body with referent to systems, location, and planes of the body.
Develop tools to critically assess anatomical and educational research.
Apply ethical standards and implement excellence in all endeavors which focus on professional identity formation (i.e., development of professional values, actions and aspirations).